Logistics technologies for hydrogen play a key role since H2 production in preferential regions requires the transport of hydrogen over long distances. Logistics technologies should make use of existing infrastructures such as gas pipelines or existing tank farms, tank vehicles and filling stations, wherever possible, in order to keep the costs of the future hydrogen economy as low as possible. It is essential to transport the hydrogen produced with the lowest possible loss and at low cost over long distances in order to combine low-cost, green generation points with high-quality applications. For all logistics applications, many partners have to cooperate: the bearer of technological expertise, plant manufacturers, local authorities and many others. The establishment of standards is crucial for resilient business models of H2 users based on logistics applications. In particular, international coordination is also necessary at an early stage in order to enable future international trade as cost-effectively as possible.